John Joiner vs. Solomon Shylock. State of California, County of Los Angeles, ss.

Notice is hereby given, that John Joiner, at the time hereinafter mentioned, performed labor upon and in the construction of that certain building or structure, and now upon that certain parcel of land situated in the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, and sought to be charged with this lien, and described as follows, to-wit: Lot 44 in Block C of the Golden Gate Tract, as per map recorded in Book 6, page 527, Miscellaneous Records, in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Los Angeles.

That Solomon Shylock is the name of the owner, and reputed owner, of said premises, and caused said building or structure to be erected, and the name and nature of his title is as follows: he owns the same in fee simple.

That Edward Eggleston is the name of the contractor who, on the 21 st day of June, A. D. 1905, as such contractor, entered into a contract with said claimant, John Joiner, under and by which said John Joiner performed labor on said structure or dwelling house, and the following is a statement of the terms, time given, and condition of said contract, to-wit: Such labor consisted of and was carpenter work, performed between the 21st day of June and the 2d day of July, 1905, to-wit: eleven days labor as carpenter, for which said Edward Eggleston agreed to pay claimant at the rate of $3.50 per day, making due claimant the sum of $38.50; no special terms were made and no special time given.

That said contract has been fully performed on the part of said Edward Eggleston, and the same was completed, and the work on said building, or structure, finished, on the 10th day of July, A. D. 1905, and thirty days have not elapsed since the same was completed, and sjand building, or structure, finished.

That the amount of the contract price for said labor so furnished as aforesaid is Thirty-eight and 50-100 Dollars, in United States gold coin.

That no part of said sum of Thirty-eight and 50-100 Dollars, United States gold coin, has been paid on account of said contract price, and that the sum of Thirty-eight and 50-100 Dollars, in gold coin of the United States, is still due and owing and unpaid thereon to said claimant, after deducting all just credits and offsets.

Wherefore, said claimant, John Joiner, claims the benefit of the law

'relative to liens of mechanics and others upon real property,

Chapter II (Thrift, Or Accumulation Of Capital)., Title IV., Part III., of the Code of Civil Procedure.

John Joiner, Claimant. Ball & Bail, Counsel for Claimant.

(Verification as in Form No. 54.)